Dear All,
I want to share some of my most recent works and exhibitions that are close to seeing light or have already done so. Work that has been in the making for months that are now ready to be shared with you.  
I hope this finds you all in good health and hope you enjoy the read.


Jeannette Ehlers,                          
Thomas Killper.                   
'Dimension of future'            
Perspektiv Region.

Dimension of Future is a duo exhibition with two locations;  Firstly in Atelierhaus in Anscharpark, Kiel, DE and secondly in Det Fynske Kunstakademi, Odense Municipality, DK.

Please join us for the opening of the second part of Dimension of Future in Odense, Denmark on Friday September 30 from 6pm - 8pm.
First part of this duo exhibition opened in Kiel, DE, in Kunstverein Haus 8 last Saturday.

Dimension of Future is initiated by Perspektiv Region, who's aim is to question the significance of national borders in terms of identity and belonging.   

Perspektiv region, a project that reflects on the future design of life in the Danish-German border region, has initiated a program to connects through the Danish/German borders through art. For this exhibition, curator Heike Stockhaus has invited both Thomas Kilpper and me to participate in developing new questions on the significance of national borders in terms of identity and belonging. We have proposed to rethink collective cohabitation beyond traditional border spaces.

Opening information:
Kiel: Kunstverein Haus 8 / Studio Building in Anscharpark
Heiligendammer Straße 15
24106 Kiel
09.25 30.10.2022
Odense: Funen Academy of Art
Jernbanegade 13, 5000 Odense 

01.10 06.11.2022 
Both exhibitions in Kiel And Odense run parallel.
The exhibition fee remains free of charge.

Jeannette Ehlers


We’re Magic. We’re Real #3
'From Sunset to Sunrise'

Commission work for the
Autograph Collection, UK

ATLANTIKUMI - Jessie Kleemann, Jeannette Ehlers & Pia Arke

Exhibition 24 September 2022 → 29. January 2023


Atlantikumi is Greenlandic and means In the Atlantic Ocean. In the exhibition, artworks are shown by Jessie Kleemann, Jeannette Ehlers, and Pia Arke, three artists who in each way have dealt with colonial history on a personal and corporeally level. In their work, the private history and the colonial history, are inextricably bound together: There are threads pulled from Greenland to Denmark, and from Denmark to the Caribbean, across the Atlantic Ocean.

The exhibition was born at the Nuuk Art Museum and has now once again crossed the Atlantic.

Remaining information online: Atlantikumi

Nordatlantens Brygge
Strandgade 91
1401 København K

                                                                                           COMING SOON                    


Curated by Alexandra Müller

05. 11. 2022 →  10. 04. 2023

So excited about the upcoming group show Gateway To Possible Worlds at Pompidou Metz!
This large exhibition gathers works from the late 1960s to the present day. A Gateway To Possible Worlds brings together over 200 works touching upon the art and imaginary worlds.  It builds on current demands for 21st-century utopias to spark debate, inspiration and a form of hope.

Fiction creates a place where anything is possible: not only does it change our vision of the future, but our imagination builds it. The exhibition gives the floor to writers, artists, architects and directors with over 150 artworks and presents fiction as a study of reality.
My video work Black Bullets will be on display.

Centre Pompidou-Metz,
1 parvis des Droits de l'Homme,
57000 Metz

05. 11. 2022 →  10. 04. 2023

For more context on the exhibition: Link
Image by Aïda Muluneh. 'Water Life, 2018'
Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today 

Nov 19, 2022 - Apr 23, 2023

Also upcoming is the major group show in the United States;  Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today.  
The exhibition envisions a new approach to contemporary art in the Caribbean diaspora, foregrounding forms that reveal new modes of thinking about identity and place.
Forecast Form argues that the Caribbean is constituted by diaspora and movement, featuring artists whose work challenges traditional assumptions of Caribbean culture and its representation. A rethinking of contemporary art in the Caribbean, Forecast Form positions the region as a place where the past, the present, and the future meet—where continuous exchanges forecast what is to come while remaining grounded in the histories that shape the present.
I am delighted that Black Bullets is also included in this show curated by Carla Acevedo-Yates.

Please find more info on the show here: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today
Wishing everyone a beautiful fall


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